Musings, impressions, poetry, pictures and everything else about my experiences in gardening, especially as I learn about taking it to a new level.
Sunday, April 8, 2018
April 8, 2018.
Yes, it's April; the beginning of the second week in April, in fact.
And it snowed today... again.
And the prairie anemone, also called Pasque flower because it blooms around Easter time, is opening its blossoms. Snow covered blossoms.
In the fields other snow "blossoms" mysteriously appeared. Tiny little spider webs strewn among the tall brown weeds, capturing snowflakes instead of flies. They were everywhere -- among the tall grasses, in the woods. An unexpected blossoming.